- Jewish Biomedical Law
Daniel B. Sinclair
- Oxford University Press
This chapter sketches an outline of a general halakhic approach to modern genetics and addresses a number of issues in somewhat greater detail. These issues include the abortion of genetically defective foetuses, the preservation of genetic privacy, the theological issue of genetic determinism, and cloning.
genetic privacy, abortion, halakhah, genetic determinism, genetics, cloning
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